This is part of an on-going series to catalogue and report major criminal and unethical activities of DynCorp. A complete collection of known findings can be found on the Pizzagate Wiki's DynCorp page.
DynCorp has been responsible for rapes, murders, and unspeakable atrocities around the world. Perhaps one of the first countries to actively speak out against these abuses was Colombia. They were the victims of systematic sexual abuse, chemical spraying, and mercenary actions taken by DynCorp.
Between 2003 and 2007 it would be reported that at least 54 children in Colombia had been sexually assaulted by military contractors the Colombian government would not name:
The Colombian press, however, identifies DynCorp, a Virginia-based contractor.
Source: The Nation
In one case DynCorp employees taped and distributed videos of sexual abuse with local children, leading to the suicide of one victim.(1)
These charges would later be compiled and brought before a committee on human rights by the José Alvear Restrepo Lawyers’ Collective of Colombia. Despite the effectiveness and depth of their case, DynCorp was protected by diplomatic immunity, and thus no criminal charges were ever brought against a single DynCorp employee. The case can be found in PDF format here.